Most African history books are written from a Western perspective. South African historian Nomalanga Mkhize has decided to change that - with the help of a comic-style history book for children.
77 percent of Africans are younger than 35. Those 77 percent can shape the continent's future. We join African youths as they share their stories, their dreams and their challenges. Come and join the debate!
Family planning, an issue that calls for discussion in countries with booming populations, is considered a taboo in many. DW Africa's 77 Percent took the subject to the streets of Kano in the north of Nigeria.
Criminality seems to have become an established part of society in the rainbow nation. Murder, rape and xenophobia have painted a dark picture of South Africa. The country is searching for solutions — but will they work?
DW Director General Peter Limbourg sees many ways how the youth can change the continent for the better – African startups, African initiatives and African ideas.
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